Too much desk work and too little exercise. This is one of the things that worry me now that I work full time using my computer and the Internet. Except for my fingers, no other part of my body seems to be getting the exercise it rightfully deserves. The result, unwelcomed and unsightly body fats, most of them in the middle section. Plus, too much sitting down is not working wonders for back either.
Lack of exercise is perhaps one of the biggest problem of those who have to be in front of their computers at least 15 hours a day. I don’t even have the time to go to the gym or just walk around the neighborhood. Solution? A home medical equipment that would give me the opportunity to exercise while doing my work—well, most of the time.
I found what I was looking for in Battle Creek’s The Pedlar, a very sleek and compact exercise machine that is touted to provide cardiovascular strength. It is said to be effective in exercising both the upper and lower parts of the body although I’m not sure about the upper body part since I imagine myself still sitting down and tinkering with my keyboard while doing the pedals. For sure, it will exercise my knee joints and othr parts of the feet.
The rubber pedals and the straps assure me that I do not slip easily and my feet remains where it is supposed to be.
Exercise? Finally, I hope.